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allis wd drive train problem

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jim vandendries

09-01-2007 13:04:44




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If anyone can please help me. I have a wd allis, it will go into and move in reverse, but is hard to get into any forward gears and will stall if I let the clutch out. Also will not even roll forward if in neutral. I have pulled off the transmission top cover and all the gears forks etc. look to be fine. As you can tell I am stumped. So if there is anybody that can help me out it would be greatly appreciated.

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Will Herring

09-01-2007 22:24:56




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 Re: allis wd drive train problem in reply to jim vandendries, 09-01-2007 13:04:44  
Easiest way to check is to see if the reverse shift fork is in the "in use" position when the shifter is out of the tower. I've had this happen to me before, at least twice. third party image

If so... You'll have to realign the forks by hand.



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jim vandendries

09-02-2007 09:03:24




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 Re: allis wd drive train problem in reply to Will Herring, 09-01-2007 22:24:56  
Thanks for the tip.I do appreciate it.



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09-01-2007 14:31:38




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 Re: allis wd drive train problem in reply to jim vandendries, 09-01-2007 13:04:44  
Sounds like its stuck in back-um-up and if so yep will not go into any forward gears with out stalling the engine and also will not move unless the clutch pedal is down



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